Fordham University’s Orthodox Christian Studies Center will hold a conference entitled “2016: Tradition, Secularization, Fundamentalism” from Thursday, June 23rd through Saturday, June 25th. The event’s description follows:
While the very meaning of the “secular” remains contested, Christians globally are self-identifying in different ways in relation to an imagined secularization, all the while discerning how to live as a tradition. This intersection between tradition, secularization and fundamentalism is especially evident in both post-Communist Catholic/Orthodox countries and the American context, where fundamentalist-like responses have emerged against the perceived threat of the secular.
Additional information and the event schedule can be found here.